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Learn how to apply Zinc Oxide Tape Tape and Kinesiology Tape for Tennis Elbow in 2 minutes with our easy to follow Strapping guide video. This application uses a combination of McConnel taping using Zinc Oxide tape, and Kinesiology Tape for Tennis Elbow applications to provide support and pain relief to the elbow.
Watch the video above to learn how to apply Zinc Oxide and Kinesiology Tape for Tennis Elbow, and use the instructions from the PROs below for extra guidance.
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IMPORTANT: Remember to seek medical advice first and whether you’re a seasoned taping pro or a first time taper, always fully assess before applying.
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Apply Fixation Tape as an anchor just below the elbow.
Using Zinc Oxide 3.8cm, apply a strip on top of the Fixation Tape from the medial to lateral side, folding half of the strip back on itself.
Apply a shorter strip of Zinc Oxide tape from lateral to medial overlapping on the first to create a tab.
Lift the tab and pull the tape laterally, laying down across the ulna.
Measure enough Kinesiology Tape to fully cover the Zinc Oxide Tape.
Remove the centre section of backing paper. For more detail see our ‘Taping Technique’ video.
Stick the Kinesiology Tape down using the stretch technique, covering the Zinc Oxide tape fully.
Flex the wrist as much pain allows. Ths will place the muscles in the forearm on stretch.
Measure a strip of K tape along the length of the forearm and round the edges.
Lay the tape down with 0% stretch along the forearm. Starting at the elbow and finishing at the wrist.
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